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Preventing anxiety problems in children with Cool Little Kids Online: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Abstract Background Anxiety disorders are the most common type of mental health problem and begin early in life. Early intervention to prevent anxiety problems in young children who are at risk has the potential for long-term impact. The ‘Cool Little Kids’ parenting group program was previously established to prevent anxiety disorders in young children at risk because of inhibited temperament. This group program was efficacious in two randomised controlled trials and has recently been adapted...

Early transcriptional events linked to induction of diapause revealed by RNAseq in larvae of drosophilid fly, Chymomyza costata

Abstract Background Diapause is a developmental alternative to direct ontogeny in many invertebrates. Its primary adaptive meaning is to secure survival over unfavourable seasons in a state of developmental arrest usually accompanied by metabolic suppression and enhanced tolerance to environmental stressors. During photoperiodically triggered diapause of insects, the ontogeny is centrally turned off under hormonal control, the molecular details of this transition being poorly understood. Usin...

Zooplankton data during Maria S. Merian cruise MSM22

Hauss, Helena (2015)
Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science

Southern Ocean CO2 uptake and buffer factor from model run 2012-2100, with links to model results, supplement to: Hauck, Judith; Völker, Christoph (2015): Rising atmospheric CO2 leads to large impact of biology on Southern Ocean CO2 uptake via changes of the Revelle factor. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(5), 1459-1464

Hauck, Judith; Völker, Christoph (2015)
Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
The Southern Ocean is a key region for global carbon uptake and is characterised by a strong seasonality with the annual CO2 uptake being mediated by biological carbon draw-down in summer. Here, we show that the contribution of biology to CO2 uptake will become even more important until 2100. This is the case even if biological production remains unaltered and can be explained by the decreasing buffer capacity of the ocean as its carbon content increases. The same amount of biological carbon ...

Digital confocal microscopy through a multimode fiber

Acquiring high-contrast optical images deep inside biological tissues is still a challenging problem. Confocal microscopy is an important tool for biomedical imaging since it improves image quality by rejecting background signals. However, it suffers from low sensitivity in deep tissues due to light scattering. Recently, multimode fibers have provided a new paradigm for minimally invasive endoscopic imaging by controlling light propagation through them. Here we introduce a combined imaging te...

Enhanced direct fermentation of cassava to butanol by Clostridium species strain BOH3 in cofactor-mediated medium

Tinggang Li; Yu Yan; Jianzhong He (2015)
Publisher: Figshare
Abstract Background The main challenge of cassava-based biobutanol production is to enhance the simultaneous saccharification and fermentation with high hyperamylolytic activity and butanol yield. Manipulation of cofactor [e.g., Ca2+ and NAD/(P)H] levels as a potential tool to modulate carbon flux plays a key role in the cassava hydrolysis capacity and butanol productivity. Here, we aimed to develop a technology for enhancing butanol production with simultaneous hydrolysis of cassava (a typic...

Compiled teacher:pupil data set

Kay Yeoman; Laura Bowater; Elena Nardi (2015)
Publisher: F1000Research
The complete data set of the teacher responses with a random stratified sample of the pupil responses. The data is anonymised. The question number can be related to the actual question by referring to the questionnaire in the supplementary information. The Likert scale is as follows; 1:strongly disagree; 2:disagree; 3:neither agree nor disagree or unsure; 4: agree; 5: strongly agree.